Located in the burgeoning Warehouse District, Cochon is located in a spacious, old brick building with a hip-yet-casual vibe. The handcrafted wood furniture and concrete floor of the open dining room feel rustic and modern at the same time. Friendly waitstaff tend customers at tables while a "Chef's Counter" offers an up-close view of the bustling open kitchen.
Chef Donald Link of Herbsaint combines traditional Cajun fare with a contemporary flare. South Louisiana boucherie traditions are on display with flavorful fried boudin served on creamy grits, ham hock with hoppin' john, and cochon (pulled pork) with cracklins. Not everything is pig, however, as fried alligator, "fisherman style" gulf fish, and rabbit livers also shine. A sampler of small plates offers a range of tastes, and homemade desserts such as cobbler and lemon-buttermilk pie complete a filling and satisfying meal.
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